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The Maxit Adhesive System combines motorized roller coaters with a unique pressure-sensitive adhesive for mounting wide-format inkjet prints, presentations, photos, book covers, signage, trading cards, labels and more to just about any surface, including plastic, gatorfoam, sintra, wood and metal.
The Maxit eliminates forever the mess of spray adhesives, plus it costs much less to use than adhesive sheets and rolls. A very thin coating of the Maxit MX II adhesive provides a strong, secure bond with absolutely no bumps.
Using the Maxit is simple. After the machine warms up (approximately 55 minutes), simply push the motor switch and feed your print into the rollers. In just seconds, your print is coated with a micro-thin adhesive. Then simply position your print on the substrate and roll it down to eliminate any air and create a permanent bond. At the end of the day, turn off the power on the Maxit and the adhesive solidifies, so there is absolutely no maintenance or cleanup.
The Maxit is extremely clean to work with since the adhesive will not transfer to your fingers no matter how often you touch it. The adhesive also never dries out or loses its tack, so you can mount your work at any time. Adding more adhesive to the Maxit is achieved by adding a dissolvable cello bag of adhesive pellets to the coater tray.
The Maxit MX II adhesive is non-toxic and acid-free.
Electrical Warning — All electrical products have U.S. standard plugs and voltage. Due to damage that can occur when using incompatible plugs, sockets, or converters, Blick does not ship electrical items or accessories outside of North America or to freight forwarders.
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HIGHLY RECOMMEND--WONDERFUL MACHINE
By Bobby Dee
Comments about Daige Maxit Adhesive System:
I cannot say enough good things about this machine. I teach photography and routinely mount my students images onto foamboard. This machine lays a nice even layer of adhesive onto the print, which then sticks forever onto the foamboard. Super easy and much better than anything else I have ever used. I have been using this machine for 3 years, and once I got it set up, I never had any issues. Wipe it down every once in a while and you're good. I bought 2 boxes of glue to have a good supply and I am just now into the second box.A couple tips.* When setting up, get in touch with customer support, they are very helpful.* Make sure machine is level, this will insure even coverage,* Allow an hour for warm up time.* Dont leave it on overnight, its running +1300Watts* I always try to catch the paper before it reaches the back bar and lift it gently up as it feeds through, avoiding the ribs that redirect the paper to the back, as they always leave pressure marks on my paper.* Freeze the glue and break the bricks in half to handle them easily.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great Replacement for Spray Glue
By Ivar's Designer
from Seattle, WA
For years I've used good old spray glue to produce foam core mounted posters, signs and counter cards. When our office moved to a new location that didn't have a space for glue overspray, I began looking for something to replace the old standby and found the Daige Maxit System. I should have looked sooner as this is great. Much easier, a better adhesive, more permanent, no fumes and my lungs (and coworkers) are much happier.It heats up in one hour or just under and applies a nice, thin layer of plastic adhesive quickly. It does take a couple of tricks to send items through the roller:1) Once the glue is hot, turn the roller motor on for a good couple of minutes to heat the roller up so the paper will pass through without sticking to the roller.2) Thicker paper is advised, and for good reason. Thinner paper will stick to the roller (no matter how warm it is) and dive down into the glue. I do use a little thinner paper for posters, but fold the leading edge up before sending it through (a trick from Daige).All in all, a great product. I highly recommend it if you do a lot of in-house sign production.
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